Call for Papers for the Working Group Labour Migration History (ELHN-WORCK Conference, Vienna, 30 August–3 September 2021)
As part of the 4th conference of the European Labour History Network (ELHN), Vienna, 30 August–3 September 2021, we invite abstracts for papers for a series of sessions organised by the ELHN Working Group Labour Migration History.
COVID-19 & Environmental History.
Making sense of COVID-19 from the perspective of environmental history
A compilation of historical essays to be published in the Journal for the History of Environment and Society
Forms of remunerations and public authorities, XV-XXI centuries
Organised by the ELHN working group on Remuneration, Workers and Employers Organisations: Bargaining and Struggle in the Longue Durée
!!!! 22-23 January 2021 NEW!!!!
University Gustave Eiffel, Champs-sur-Marne, France
CALL FOR PAPERS
Labor and Democracy
October 15-17, 2020
Wayne State University
The North American Labor History Conference, held annually since 1979, is holding its first biennial meeting October 15-17, 2020 on the theme of Labor and Democracy.
The Historical Dimension
Association of Academic Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools (AAHANZBS)
12th Annual Conference, 9-10 November 2020
The University of Sydney Business School, Sydney, Australia
Call for Papers
The Business and Labour History Group (BLHG) at the University of Sydney Business School, Australia, will be hosting the 12th Annual Conference of AAHANZBS on 9-10 November 2020.
European Labour History Network Working Group Migration History
You may be interested in in the European Labour History Network Working Group Migration History which has been established recently (January 2020).
The Vrije Universiteit Summer School "Amsterdam in Global Capitalism: 1500-present" is back on the curriculum. From 18 July to 1 August, we welcome students from all over the world to come and spend two weeks in Amsterdam studying with an excellent group of teachers. Our special guest this year is Richard Drayton, professor of Imperial History at King's College and a leading expert on capitalism's historical intersections with slavery, colonialism and ecological degradation.